Reflection on Dating

Dating in high school is often unrewarding. People are often unable to devote enough time to develop a close relationship with their partners while balancing other aspects of life. When people are able to find a way to manage their time, dating can be beneficial. However, it is easy for students to either neglect their partners’ feelings or slack off in school because their energy is consumed elsewhere. If students dedicate too much time to their romantic relationships, they can lose their focus on academics and extracurriculars, resulting in stress, and such stress in a competitive high school environment makes students emotionally unstable. When people have to keep up with a relationship, they may neglect their partners’ feelings or slack off in school because their energy is consumed elsewhere. If dating disrupts students’ normal routines, then they should wait until they are mentally mature enough to balance their relationships and the other aspects of their lives. In addition to the stress and emotional instability, dating may cause depression and anxiety. Students can avoid these consequences if they refrain from dating while they are unable to handle relationships.

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